Karen Sue Hiller

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August 30,1941 ~ October 17, 2022

Karen S. Hiller, 81, Sioux Falls, SD, passed away Monday, October 17, 2022, at The Inn on Westport Assistant Living Center in Sioux Falls. 

Celebration of Life will be held from 10:00am to 2:00pm, Saturday, October 29, 2022, at The Inn on Westport (4000 S Westport Ave Sioux Falls SD 57106). A Memorial Service will begin at 10:00am and will be officiated by Chaplin Marc Anderson.

Karen is survived by one son, Ed, Arlington; two daughters, Kathy (Jim) Joenks, Spencer, IA, and Betty Shields, Sioux Falls; five grandchildren, Shavon (Shawn) Borman, Ashley (Chris) Hagen, Ryan (Jessica) Swanson, Maria Shields, and Brandi Shields; six great-grandchildren; and five siblings, Sandy, Georgia, Charlotte, Kevin, and Leanne.

Karen was preceded in death by her husband, James; her mother, Emmy and step-father, Harry Larimore, brother, Paul Larimore; and in-laws, Ed and Mildred Hiller; and two sons-in-law; Robert Swanson, and RJ Shields.

Her family will miss her caring words of wisdom and the love she shared with all of us. We know her light is shining bright above us with the Savior she praised every day.

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  • STUART.LICKTEIG says:

    Dear Family of Karen Hiller.
    Sending you all my deepest sympathies and heartfelt condolences on the passing of your mother. I remember your Mom as she and your father were friends of Ruth & LeRoy Welbig when I was in high school (a long time ago) in Dell Rapids. She had a great wit and had many humorous comebacks to a bunch of teenaged kids (and occasionally Ruth!) She also shared my mom’s birthdate. Godspeed Karen, Godspeed!

  • Roger Hoyme says:

    Sorry to learn about Karen’s passing. I graduated from high school with Ed. When I was a senior, my mother was in the hospital after Thanksgiving until right before Christmas. We did not have the house decorated for Christmas at all. One evening about 10 days before Christmas, just as my mother came home, Karen and Jim and their family came over with a Christmas tree, and decorated it. What a great act of kindness! My family was deeply appreciative, and will never forget that kindness. God bless you Karen, and my condolences to the Hiller family.

  • Tracy S Akin says:

    So sorry to hear this. I went to High School with Ed. ( I was Tracy Overvaag then.) It’s especially hard to lose your Mother. Prayers of peace and comfort to Ed and his family.

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